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... way a full moon too, and the air so clean! Okay now on to dinner. A fondue to start, followed by some delicious food, and then yodeling oompah music, and some schmaltzy other stuff. What fun that was. Phil happy with a huge beer stein (all the guys got one, and some two), in one hand and watching the party happen all around. Food just ok but the entertainment was fun. We danced and some of our group yodled, danced, and drank a beer in record time on stage. The ...
... and the views were spectacular, we were so high we were above the clouds. At times visibility was less than 2 metres - quite eerie. We stayed on the mountain for about 2 hours had lunch there, off course we took our own you know what. The descent by train also provided magnificent views. We trained it back to Lucerne about a 20 minute ride.
Day four we set off to a Sempach a small holiday village around ...
After enjoying the magnificent train ride we arrived in Lucerne in the afternoon. Here was an amazingly neat urban environment, people respected their city and seemed to respect road rules whether in a car, on a bike or on foot. It also was one of the most vibrant bike cultures we had seen yet in Europe with all walks of life embracing the freedom that pedalling on two wheels gives you. Lucerne was also pretty funky with a very ...
... A81 south out of Stuttgart... There were road works at the interchange, but we followed the detour and everything looked great. Not far now.
The road kept going and going. Exits were passing by, the road signs did not make sense, the sky turned black, very black, We kept checking... yes we were on the A81. Stopping for refreshment and bearings, we checked and checked again... this must be the right way; we must almost be at the exit for Constance. Back on the ...
... the Lion Monument and enjoying our Swiss chocolate and coffee by the lake. When we were ready to call it a day, we walked back to our bikes and cycled back to our hotel, making stops along the way to get some photos of the lake with the beautiful mountains in the background.
On Saturday we had a tour booked to take us to Mt Titlis so we made our way to the town centre to get onto the coach to Engelberg. It took about 45 minutes to arrive ...